nut 2.7.1-1ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu

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nut (2.7.1-1ubuntu1) trusty; urgency=medium

  * Merge with Debian; remaining changes:
    - debian/control:
      + remove Build-Depends on libpowerman0-dev
      + remove nut-powerman-pdu
    - debian/nut-powerman-pdu.{install,manpages}: dropped for now
    - debian/{nut-cgi,nut-server}.postinst: add nut to the dialout and nut
      groups unconditonally to handle the upgrade from hardy release.
    - debian/source_nut.py, debian/{nut,nut-server,nut-client}.install,
      debian/rules: Install apport hooks for all top-level nut packages.
    - debian/rules: Use udev version for Ubuntu
    - debian/series, debian/patches/backport-fix-lp753661.patch: re-enabled
  * Fix linking libupsclient.
  * Patch libtool.m4 and configure to support ppc64le.

nut (2.7.1-1) unstable; urgency=low

  * New upstream release (Closes: #730183)
    - Refresh debian/patches/0004-fix-systemd-service.patch
    - Rename libupsclient1 to libupsclient3 following the soname bump, rename
      libupsclient1-dev to libupsclient-dev, the package is not co-installable
      anyway
  * debian/rules, debian/control: Enable SSL support using libnss3
  * d/p/0005-Provide-retry-options-for-upsdrvctl-and-drivers.patch,
    d/p/0006-ups-conf-maxretry.patch: By default, retry to start the drivers
    up-to three times, this should mitigate races with slow devices
    (Closes: #694717)
  * debian/nut-server.install, debian/nut-server.manpages: Install new drivers
  * Move bash-completion file to /usr/share/bash-completion/
  * debian/patches/0007-killpower-path.patch: Revert POWERDOWNFLAG back to
    /etc/killpower
  * debian/nut-client.lintian-overrides: Add override for
    systemd-no-service-for-init-script ups-monitor
  * debian/rules: Drop static ordering for the initscripts and pass
    --restart-after-upgrade option to dh_installinit and dh_systemd_start to
    minimize the downtime of the daemons

nut (2.6.5-4) unstable; urgency=low

  * debian/control: Do not build nut-ipmi on hurd-i386 as freeipmi is not
    available on that platform.

nut (2.6.5-3) unstable; urgency=low

  [ Laurent Bigonville ]
  * debian/control:
    - Move libupsclient1 package to libs Section
    - Add libgd-dev to the Build-Depends, keep the other alternatives to ease
      the backports
    - Bump Standards-Version to 3.9.4 (no further changes)
    - Add autotools-dev to the build-dependencies so config.{guess,sub} are
      getting updated during build
    - Use canonical URL for the VCS-* fields
    - Add build-dependency against dh-systemd and bump minimal cdbs version so
      systemd helpers are called during build.
  * Added dep-8-tests to improve QA (from Ubuntu, closes: #708130)
  * debian/nut-monitor.menu, nut-monitor.xpm: Add Debian menu entry (Closes:
    #708813)
  * debian/rules: Drop manual creation of .service files symlink, this should
    be handled by dh_systemd now
  * debian/patches/0004-fix-systemd-service.patch: Also add Wants/Before for
    systemd-udev-settle.service in the nut-driver.service as it got renamed
    after udev merge
  * debian/patches/0004-fix-systemd-service.patch: Fix path for upsdrvctl in
    scripts/systemd/nutshutdown.in

  [ Ivo De Decker ]
  * debian/nut-client.preinst: also revert /etc/nut/nut.conf mangling done
    by postinst during upgrade from lenny to squeeze (Really closes: #677054)
    Thanks to Andreas Beckmann for the review.

nut (2.6.5-2) experimental; urgency=low

  [ Laurent Bigonville ]
  * debian/control: Move the nut-monitor Suggests from nut-server to
    nut-client
  * Restore proper SELinux context for runtime created /var/run/nut directory
  * debian/control: Fix typo in package description
  * debian/watch: Update watch file URL (Thanks to Bart Martens)
  * debian/rules: Alias systemd nut-monitor service file to nut-client to
    prevent it from running twice
  * d/p/0004-fix-systemd-service.patch: Fix systemd service file for Debian
  * Install tmpfiles conf files to create /run/nut directory during boot

  [ S├ębastien Villemot ]
  * debian/nut-client.preinst: revert /etc/nut/nut.conf mangling done by older
    versions of the postinst (Closes: #677054)

  [ Ivo De Decker ]
  * Only fix permissions of configfiles on first install.
  * Only remove /etc/init.d/nut from previous versions of nut in nut-server
    postinst if there are no local changes.
  * Also remove /etc/init.d/nut in nut-client postinst. Thanks to
    Laurent Bigonville for the hint.

nut (2.6.5-1) experimental; urgency=low

  [ Arnaud Quette ]
  * debian/control, debian/nut-ipmi.{install,manpages}: create IPMI
    support package
  * debian/nut-server.install: only install USB udev rules

  [ Laurent Bigonville ]
  * New upstream release
    - Drop debian/patches/0001-fix-upsmon-regression.patch, applied upstream
  * Follow multi-arch policy
  * Install systemd .service files (Closes: #679450)
  * debian/nut-server.install: Drop newmge-shut, renamed upstream to mge-shut
    and install the old implementation (oldmge-shut) instead
  * debian/control: Drop ancient Conflicts/Provides/Replaces
  * Install all development files under /usr
 -- Matthias Klose <email address hidden>   Mon, 30 Dec 2013 10:37:07 +0100

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libups-nut-perl: network UPS tools - Perl bindings for NUT server

 Network UPS Tools (NUT) is a client/server monitoring system that
 allows computers to share uninterruptible power supply (UPS) and
 power distribution unit (PDU) hardware. Clients access the hardware
 through the server, and are notified whenever the power status
 changes.
 .
 This package provides Perl bindings to connect to NUT server.

libupsclient-dev: network UPS tools - development files

 Network UPS Tools (NUT) is a client/server monitoring system that
 allows computers to share uninterruptible power supply (UPS) and
 power distribution unit (PDU) hardware. Clients access the hardware
 through the server, and are notified whenever the power status
 changes.
 .
 This package provides the development files.

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nut-doc: network UPS tools - documentation

 Network UPS Tools (NUT) is a client/server monitoring system that
 allows computers to share uninterruptible power supply (UPS) and
 power distribution unit (PDU) hardware. Clients access the hardware
 through the server, and are notified whenever the power status
 changes.
 .
 This package contains FAQ, user, developer and packager documentation.

nut-ipmi: network UPS tools - IPMI driver

 Network UPS Tools (NUT) is a client/server monitoring system that
 allows computers to share uninterruptible power supply (UPS) and
 power distribution unit (PDU) hardware. Clients access the hardware
 through the server, and are notified whenever the power status
 changes.
 .
 This package currently provides nut-ipmipsu, a driver which allows
 to monitor IPMI power supply units (PSU) found in servers of
 popular brands, such as Dell, HP, IBM. It adds an IPMI interface
 to the core NUT system.

nut-monitor: network UPS tools - GUI application to monitor UPS status

 Network UPS Tools (NUT) is a client/server monitoring system that
 allows computers to share uninterruptible power supply (UPS) and
 power distribution unit (PDU) hardware. Clients access the hardware
 through the server, and are notified whenever the power status
 changes.
 .
 This package provides nut-monitor, a GUI application to monitor UPS status.

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